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How we're organized

How we are organized - National

National
Offices: Toronto and Ottawa
Volunteers:56

How we are organized - Alberta and Northwest Territories

Alberta and Northwest Territories Division
Division office: Calgary
Unit offices: 8
Volunteers: 5,600

How we are organized - British Columbia and Yukon

British Columbia and Yukon Division
Division office: Vancouver
Regional offices: 7
Unit offices: 32
Volunteers: 13,700

How we are organized - Manitoba

Manitoba Division
Division office: Winnipeg
Brandon office
Volunteers: 5,500

How we are organized - New Brunswick

New Brunswick Division
Division office: Saint John
District offices: 5
Volunteers: 7,500

How we are organized - Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador Division
Division office: St John's
Regional offices: 3
Volunteers: 2,200

How we are organized - Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Division
Division office: Halifax
District councils: 9
Volunteers: 2,500

How we are organized - Ontario

Ontario Division
Division office: Toronto
Regions: 7
Community offices: 31
Branches: 191
Volunteers: 58,000

How we are organized - Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Division
Division office: Charlottetown
Volunteers: 1,500

How we are organized - Quebec

Quebec Division
Division office: Montreal
Regional offices: 14
Volunteers: 31,900

How we are organized - Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Division
Division office: Regina
Unit offices: 10
Volunteers: 10,000

With the support of volunteers, staff and donors, the Canadian Cancer Society leads Canadians in the fight against cancer at both the national and provincial levels. We have:

  • approximately 140,000 volunteers 
  • more than 1,200 full-time staff 
  • national offices in Toronto and Ottawa 
  • 10 provincial divisions 
  • regional and unit offices that carry out our work at the community level
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Celebrating cancer survivors at Relay For Life

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For cancer survivors, the Canadian Cancer Society provides a unique opportunity to celebrate their courage in the fight against cancer. During hundreds of Relay For Life events across the country, thousands of survivors join together for the Survivors’ Victory Lap.

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